June 19-20, 2020
Pre-Day Courses (Optional):
Course 1: From 9 am to 12 pm- Third Wave: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in Clinical Practice with Jose Ignacio Gaitán (Mexico)
Course 2: From 3 pm to 6 pm: Metacognitive Therapy for children: using characters as a therapeutic resource with Heitor Hirata (RJ)
Adriana Zilberman (RS)
Gabriela Caselatto (SP)
Heitor Hirata (RJ)
José Ignacio Gaitán (Mexico)
Mara Lins (RS)
Roberta Payá (SP)
Poster works will be accepted. Authors should send the abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studies of scientific literature review, such as systematic review, integrative review, narrative review and theoretical review, will be accepted. Still, studies from empirical research under different methodological perspectives (qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research), including different designs: case studies, experience reports, exploratory, descriptive, explanatory studies, among others. The studies, whether literature review or empirical research, may have the perspective of the theories Systemic, Cognitive Behavioral, Behavioral, Contextual Approaches, Psychoanalysis, Positive Psychology, Humanism, among others.
Papers must be submitted in the form of a simple summary. Poster abstracts should contain:
TITLE OF PAPER: maximum 20 words
FULL NAME OF THE FIRST AUTHOR, FOLLOWED BY E-MAIL AND INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION
The first author is necessarily responsible for the presentation, therefore, it must be registered in the Conference.
NAME OF COAUTORS, FOLLOWED BY INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION
ABSTRACT: minimum 300 and maximum 400 words
The abstract text should be organized using a structure divided into three parts:
Introduction: brief presentation of the theme, mention of the theoretical proposition (Systemic, Cognitive Behavioral, Behavioral, Contextual Approaches, Psychoanalysis, Positive Psychology, Humanism, Others), justification and objective of the study.
Method: design, participants - instrument - ethical issues - data collection procedures (when the study requires), data analysis.
Results and conclusion: main results achieved, conclusions, potentialities, limitations and indications for future research.
Obs. Bibliographical references should not be placed in the text of the abstract, reserving this possibility for the presentation of works.
KEYWORDS: three to five keywords that express the theme investigated
Each work will be evaluated by a pair of independent evaluators. The evaluated aspects will be:
Originality of the study: Is the research relevant in the current social context? Does the data contribute through any “new fact” or perspective of innovative critical analysis? Does the study point out original and timely ideas?
Adequacy of the method: Is the method congruent with the research proposal and does it meet the objective of the study? Are the results and conclusions consistent with the objective?
Formal aspects: Is the text adequate in terms of clarity, structure, synthesis, use of scientific language? Do the authors clearly present all the parts described in item “5” regarding the structure of the abstract?
Applicability to clinical practice: Does the study present contributions that help to understand the phenomenon investigated and possible ways to prevent and / or intervene in the clinical area? Through the results and conclusions, do the authors point out that the study advances or innovates in relation to existing scientific knowledge and clinical performance?
The poster must be 90x120 in size. It will be placed and removed by the person in charge on the day of the presentation in a specified place. The author must remain with the Poster for the duration of the Poster presentation session, according to the Journey's schedule.
Psic. Daniele Cristina Soares de Lima
Psic. George Moraes De Luiz
Psic. José I. Cruz Gaitán
1st Place - R $ 300.00 plus a 20-hour CEFI online course
2nd Place - R $ 200.00 plus a 20-hour CEFI online course
3rd Place - R $ 100.00 plus a 20-hour CEFI online course
1st Lot - Until 03/10
2nd Lot - Until 05/10
3rd Lot - Until 06/19
Undergraduate students and CEFI students
1 Pre-Day Course
2 Pre-Day Courses